1313 Haggett Road at the Adamant Co-op
Saturday, June 3, 2017
More fun than thought humanly possible!
Questions?? Call the Co-op at 223-5760
Pre-madness meanderings, with local naturalist Richard Czaplinski— a walk along the shores of Sodom Pond examining habitat for flora and fauna.
Recorded music beside the brook, kids’ scavenger hunt.
Grill opens - jumbo hot dogs, chicken sausage, salmon burgers, delectable salads and baked goods
Silent Auction opens - local gift certificates, experiences, travel and more great stuff under the tent than you can shake a bottle of bug dope at
Live Event: Blackfly Writers’ Slam with Geof Hewitt - Bring an original piece of writing that you can present in 3 minutes or less.
It does not have to be "poetry," and you can read from the page or recite by heart.
Judges, chosen at random from the audience, will score each piece with bragging rights.
Lunch on the house for the winner! This slam is hosted by VT's reigning slam champion, Geof Hewitt.
Adamant Community Club is open for ping-pong indoors and horseshoes outside
Live Music - Sole. Sole is an up and coming local artist. She is a 10 year old singer-songwriter from Plainfield. She plays the ukulele, sings, dances, does theater, and gymnastics. She has been passionate about singing since she could talk and loves the stage!
Live Music - The Crones. The Crones (formerly The Crones Quartet) have been singing together for one or two or twenty years, depending on who you are talking about. They are Cecile and Charlotte and Beth from Montpelier, Merry from Northfield, Cybbie from Worcester, and Liz from Greater Adamant.
Live music - John Smyth
Come watch as solo cooks and families submit black and blood themed confections to hungry judges, who award entries for Taste, Blackfly Homage, and Artistry.
Susannah and Ellie Blachly
Create your own costume, or model one of ours. There will be a marching band, local tractors, and fabulous floats. Not to toot our own kazoo, but past parades have been described as “the Macy’s Day Parade of the Insect World!”
Tom Mackenzie and Patti Casey
Rick Winston and Friends. Rick Winston has been playing New England and Celtic music since the early 1970s. He was a member of the Jack's Hill Contra Band, and is the accordion player for the Nisht Geferlach Klezmer Band.
Blackflies all die.
1313 Haggett Road, Box 1
Adamant, Vermont 05640
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